Taron Egerton Profile
Taron Egerton is a Welsh actor best known for his roles as a spy recruit Gary “Eggsy” Unwin in the action comedy film Kingsman: The Secret Service and its sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, military officer Edward Brittain in the drama Testament of Youth, the titular ski-jumper in the sports film Eddie the Eagle, and singer Elton John in the musical Rocketman, for which he received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Taron Egerton Age
Egerton is 32 years old as of 2021. He was born on 10 November 1989 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. He celebrates his birthday on 10 November every year.
Taron Egerton Family
Egerton’s mother worked in social services, and his father ran a bed-and-breakfast near Liverpool; both were born in the city. Despite being born in England, Egerton considers himself to be Welsh “through and through” and speaks both Welsh and English fluently. In Welsh, his first name means “thunder.” He has two half-sisters who are younger than him. When Egerton was two, his parents divorced, and he moved with his mother to the Welsh island of Anglesey, where he attended primary school. When he was 12, his family relocated to Aberystwyth.
Taron Egerton Wife
Egerton has been dating Emily Thomas for quite some time, and despite a brief split in 2018, they are still very much in love. In fact, Egerton expressed his delight at rekindling his relationship with Thomas.
Taron Egerton Net Worth
Egerton has an estimated net worth of $6 Million.
Taron Egerton kingsman
Following his appearance in the crime drama series Lewis, he was cast as the lead in Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, an action comedy film adaptation of Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons’ comic book The Secret Service, in 2013. In 2014, he was nominated for Best British Newcomer at the BFI London Film Festival for his performance as British Army officer Edward Brittain in the biographical drama film Testament of Youth.
Quick Facts About Egerton
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Kingsman: The Secret Service was released in 2015 and received overwhelmingly positive reviews, with critics describing it as “fun, stylish, and subversive,” as well as grossing over $400 million. James Rocchi of TheWrap described Egerton as Gary “Eggsy” Unwin, an espionage organization recruit, as “a naturally charismatic presence with smarts behind his smile.” With the role, Egerton rose to prominence.
In the same year, he portrayed ski jumper Eddie the Eagle in the eponymous sports biopic and Johnny, a passionate gorilla, in the animated musical film Sing. Egerton reprised his role as Eggsy in the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which was released the following year. It received a mixed reaction from critics. In 2018, he starred in the crime drama film Billionaire Boys Club and as the title character in the action-adventure film Robin Hood. Both films received negative reviews from critics. Later, Egerton stated that Robin Hood was not the film he had agreed to make and that it had “lost its vision.”
Taron Egerton Rocketman
In the biographical musical film Rocketman, Egerton played singer Elton John. For the part, he learned to play the piano and sang live in each take during filming. The film was released in May 2019, and it received positive reviews, as did the actor’s portrayal of John. The Washington Post’s Ann Hornaday wrote that Egerton “exerts a steadying, singularly charismatic force” in the role, while Vanity Fair’s Richard Lawson described it as “nuanced and emotionally intelligent while still loose, carried with verve and agility.”
For his performance, Egerton received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. For his work on the film’s soundtrack, he received a British Academy Film Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role and a Grammy Award nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. Egerton narrated the audiobook version of John’s autobiography, Me, the same year, and the two appeared on stage together several times.
Taron Egerton Eddie the Eagle
In the eponymous sports biopic, Egerton portrayed ski-jumper Eddie the Eagle, and in the animated musical film Sing, he voiced Johnny, a passionate gorilla. Michael Edwards aspires to Olympic glory, participating in a variety of Olympic events and failing miserably. As a young adolescent, he abandons his dream of competing in the Summer Games in favor of skiing in the Winter Games. Despite his success in the sport, he is rejected by British Olympic officials for being impolite.
He decamps to a training facility in Garmisch-Partenkirchen after realizing he could make the team as a ski jumper. He lands a 61m jump exactly while practicing for the final event before the qualification cutoff date, but misses the mark on his official jump and is disqualified. Eddie decides to return home and work as a plasterer with his father. He does, however, receive a letter stating that his qualifying practice jump is valid, and he informs Bronson that he is qualified to compete.
Taron Egerton Testament of Youth
In the 2014 biographical drama film Testament of Youth, Egerton portrayed British Army officer Edward Brittain, earning a nomination for Best British Newcomer at the BFI London Film Festival. In February 2009, BBC Films announced that it was developing a feature film adaptation of Vera Brittain’s memoir Testament of Youth, which is about women’s experiences during World War I. The BBC had previously adapted the novel into a five-part television serial that aired on BBC2 in 1979, starring Cheryl Campbell as Vera Brittain.
Shirley Williams, Brittain’s daughter, and Mark Bostridge, Brittain’s biographer, editor, and one of her literary executors, who was reportedly acting as a consultant on the film, were both supportive of the project’s development. David Heyman and Rosie Alison of Heyday Films would co-produce the film with the BBC, while Juliette Towhidi would adopt it. Protagonist Pictures took over international sales on February 4, 2014, and the film premiered that month at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Taron Egerton TV Shows
- TBA – In with the Devil
- 2019–2020 – Moominvalley
- 2019 – The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance
- 2018 – Watership Down
- 2014 – The Smoke
- 2013 – Lewis
Taron Egerton Movies
- 2021 – Sing 2
- 2019 – Rocketman
- 2018 – Billionaire Boys Club
- 2018 – Robin Hood
- 2017 – Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Gary “Eggsy” Unwin –
- 2016 – Eddie the Eagle
- 2016 – Sing
- 2015 – Kingsman: The Secret Service
- 2015 – Legend
- 2014 – Testament of Youth